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   we're the best people in the nba and we might as well win the title, while we're at it. >> reporter: back out here, i have some friends of mine who want to predict what's going to happen here. what do you think? >> 115-80! >> reporter: over here. >> the rockets won't score at all!, 112-59. >> reporter: and what do you have to say? >> go warriors! >> kron 4 news! >> thank you very much. gary will be joining us live in the studio at 8:30 to give us highlights and stay up-to-date on the score and additional game highlights. >>> remembering max. today a heart broken community joined to bury the 17-year-old student murdered more than a week ago near his high school.
   the internet who have developed the desire or the will to undertake attacks. they are difficult to find. co-conspirators and others can join in. but then again, the internet can facilitate that kind of meeting or coming together for that kind of attack. it is lone wolves that we are principally concerned about. the other point in terms of keeping me awake is cyber. and the fact that what is happening in the cyber arena cuts across any of our disciplines, whether it's counterintelligence or countered and -- counter terrorists as well as criminal. there are various objectives and goals of discrete individuals utilizing the cyber arena, whether it be for criminal purposes or for terrorist purposes that has grown to be right up there with aqap with homegrown terrorists and cyber attackers. >> thank you. senator rockefeller, are you ok? >> i think i'm ok. i have a couple of questions i would like to ask, but i would like to get to the closure. >> i know you have a fustian. >> just one, madam chair. on the surveillance front, i hope we can do this with just a yes or no answer and i know senator feinstein wants to move on. last year, the nsa director was at a conference and he was asked about the nsa surveillance of america. he replied, "the story that we have millions or hundreds of millions dossiers on people is completely false." having served on the committee now for a dozen years, i don't really know what a dossier is in this context. so what i wanted to see, if you could give me a yes or no answer to the question, does the nsa collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of americans? >> no, sir. >> it does not? >> not wittingly. there are cases where they could inadvertently perhaps collect but not willingly. >> i have additional questions
   caused by radiation. the interview you just played, the likelihood that someone's arm is shrinking, from a radiation dose, that they could have gotten on a ship, is zero. we have more than several hundred thousand ale toic bomb survivors and i have never heard of such a consequence. he is representing the 110 sailors. those kinds of claims are so hard to prove. isn't it a little unrealistic to act a jury to award $1 billion based on anecdotal evidence? >> first of all, the evidence is not an tech total. these kinds of illnesses cancers and conditions are quite characteristic of people who have been exposed to radiation.
   aggressive when necessary. >> nice. >> reporter: extremely social the rest of the time. >> i'm a little attached. >> reporter: i'll bet you are. >> the agents and their dogs, like perryman and his dog brody are together 24/7. traveling constantly from operation to operation. >> reporter: the dogs lie under the seat in flight and act as goodwill ambassadors as they go through airports. >> he watches my back. he's watching our guys' backs. he's a hero for what he does. >> reporter: i'm watching you get emotional. >> you know, i'm doing my best not to tear up. you know, he is a member of my family. >> reporter: man's best friend when it's time to go home at night. >> getting ready to go to work, buddy? >> reporter: man's best partner when it's time to go to work. >> you look at them and you're so grateful that they're working hard for you. and the moment you ask them to do it again, they can't wait to get up and do it again.
   >>> this week on the journal >>> this week on the journal editorial report, g.o.p., resurgence, once down and out, republicans are charging back in states like ohio, pennsylvania, michigan and wisconsin. and as the fight over tax cuts goes on in washington voters in many parts of the country are already feeling the pinch. thanks to historic tax hikes by cash-strapped states chchl are the worst offenders and rahm emmanuel is the latest to take z.what it means for the president's post-election agenda. welcome to the journal
   experience issue, she hasn't been in congress that long and the question would be, does she -- if she could get the nomination, will she seem to be somebody who can go toe to toe with barack obama and looks like somebody the american people could put in the oval office? >> well, you know, i was very impressed with michele bachmann when i interviewed her last week for the paper, paul. she's lightning in bottle as we described her in our news story. she is someone who is incredibly dynamic, i was impressed how knowledgeable she was in economic issues. what people paid attention to our the story, she reads ludwig van nesis on the beach. >> hold on, the austrian economist. do you believe that when she said that. >> i do believe her. she knew about his writings and she said really i, i love the stuff he rights about consumer sovereignty and she's knowledgeable with economics and i'll say this, also, i
   very similar situations but what you have when you have lobbyists involved in the process you either have the legislators or lobbyists slipping these piece of legislation forward and you know, adding it through an amendment process and here you go. it's outrageous. it is not meant as you referenced earlier in your show, police, fire, teachers, janitors, laborers, those are what these pensions are for. many of them are unfunded right now. they can't, they can't meet the obligations. and it needs an executive order like what chris christie is doing and others to get a really a handle on this and kick them out. melissa: steve moore, my brain ex-supposedded when i read this and tried to figure out how -- all of you agree that it is insane. it is hard to find somebody to defend why this would be the right thing to do. the groups, some folks involved say, that they operate mostly or solely on dues from their members, which are paid out of taxpayer-funded budgets. >> right. melissa: so they give a voice to government entities that serve
   welcome to both of you. i heard this from someone very up flew wednesday with a lot of skin in the game. what do you think about this theory, steve? >> i think the theory is, is there may be something to it. it is pretty clear that barack obama need to repair his relationship with liberals on capitol hill. they're not very excited about potential military action in syria. you know, they're not happy with the, with the sequester spending cuts. and so barack obama is losing a little bit of his left-wing base. now how do you recapture that? one requested, melissa, would be to put someone at the left really likes in the position of federal reserve chairman. and of course that is janet yellen. janet yellen is the first choice of all liberals. melissa: yeah. >> in that case you would see larry summers being the fall guy. melissa: jonathan, what do you think about this? this was all the talk, before we got all wrapped up in the syria thing, this is on the front page
   we've got you under our wing. we've got you under our wing. a-a-a-aflaaac! >> paul: this week on the journal editorial report: times square terror. an american citizen radicalized in pakistan. a story all too familiar to our friends across the atlantic. what we can learn from the united kingdom. and what faisal shahzad says about our own anti-terrorism operations here. >> yeah cost in greece sends stocks into a tailspin. will that threaten our own economic recovery? welcome to the journal editorial report i'm paul gigot. first up this week the times square bomber and lessons from the united kingdom. as authorities continue their investigation into the attempted terror attack in new york city, a clearer
   said that only 10 percent expected an increase in employment and 11 percent said they expected to have fewer workers over the next 3months. small business is such a key to the health of the economy that if the small business sector is so negative, it is not a good sign about the health of the recovery. >> steve comparison with 2008, are all over the place. are we better or worse off going into thoo recession? >> i don't think it is 2008 again. i believe what is happening with the u.s. economy is a repudiation of obama nomics. virtually everything that obama has done with the respect to the economy is negative in my opinion and led to more unemployment. this is a repudiation of the economic model, paul, where we have thrown trillions of spending at this and in addition to that, we have seen
   >> this week on the journal, >> this week on the journal, editorial report, president obama's fuzzy math. he says closing the loophole isn't enough and that the tax rates must go up for top earners. does he really want to avoid the coming tax cliff? plus, the petraeus scandal further muddies the benghazi probe. was the account of this in any way related to his affair. and the u.s. on track to be be the largest oil producer, but will the obama administration let it happen or turn an oil boom into a bust? welcome to the journal editorial report, i'm paul gigot. headed into friday, fiscal
   >> this week on the journal >> this week on the journal editorial report, as candidates make their final campaign push, a look at the most important races and why they matter. and some sleepers to watch for, plus, lessons from the campaign, our panels take on what's really driving voter anger and their picks for the best and of course the worst moment of the election season. welcome to the journal, editorial report.
   >>> this week on "the journal >>> this week on "the journal editorial report," obama care marches on, despite an apology for the rollout debacle and growing outrage over millions of dropped policies. president obama says it's full steam ahead for the controversial law. plus, new nsa leaks pit the spy agency against the administration. did the white house okay the surveillance of our allies? all that and our election preview from new jersey to virginia to colorado. a look at what's on the ballot this tuesday. >>> i'm as frustrated and angry as anyone with the flawed launch
   >>> this week on the i had for >>> this week on the i had for yal report. states are paying. california, new jersey and new york all on the brink of insolvency after decades of failed policies is. federal government headed down the same path? as they work to push a climate bill. a look at the true cost of cap and trade and how things look. and banning the burka, muslim validate isn't welcome in his country. the journal editorial reported starts right now. >>> welcome to the journal editorial ri port. i'm paul gigot. new jersey, california and new york a decade ago was among
   but more than anything that inspired me. >> larry: those blacks on the tour, they had overcome your predecessors, your jackie robinsons had overcome a lot. >> what they had to grin and bear and get through with maintaining dignity. if they didn't do that, they could have kicked them off. >> larry: the tournament you won, the famed masters, blacks couldn't play it. not too long ago. >> 1975 was the first time. >> larry: was that part of that win, too? did you feel it sort of. >> when i was walking up 18 a number of emotions came through me. number one was thank you guys. i was thanks them as i was walking up and i was looking down. there was a couple moments when i was thinking. >> larry: black golfers before you. charlie and lee and teddy rhodes and a number of others. >> larry: thanks. that's nice that you remember. >> it's because of them that i
   but in a suburb of little rock, right in tornado alley -- it all looks perfectly normal. john's house holds a secret no visitor would suspect. >> they would have no idea unless they went up into the attic. >> reporter: let's go up into the attic. up here we can really see the difference. >> right. because you have bolt together structural steel. >> reporter: the frame is not made of wood but of steel. >> this an eye beam. >> reporter: john is the president of kodiak steel homes, and he says despite the economic downturn, despite the fact that these houses can cost up to 5% more than usual, folks like charlie tacket are snapping them up. >> it might cost more now, but it's going to pay for it in the end. this home isn't going anywhere. >> reporter: john is proud to say his homes can withstandz 140-mile-an-hour winds for four hours. sales have declined a bit, but john says not nearly as much as for other builders because people want to be even more
   >>> this isn't your ordinary backyard barbecue, this is bomber jam 2014. every year the massimino family of marlton, new jersey host this party to benefit national brain tumor society and race for hope. it is a cause that is close to their heart. they have a good friend with a son, living with an inoperable brain tumor. over 400 people attend the barbecue each year to enjoy food, drink and auction, and much more, for this great cause. >>> after the break we will check with jeff for a check on sports. >> first car of its kind but this one didn't come off an assembly line this vehicle was
   as we get in the afternoon hours it is all about the eagles and football. we will that have forecast with the full and exclusive accu weather seven day, walter. >> all right, melissa. >>> a large party took place for a new non-profit call the b foundation. honey bash raised fund for brain aneurysm research and awareness. two sisters founded it in memory of her cuss honey died of a brain aneurysm at the age of 27. moved to action when they realize there are very few
   to a jewelry company at one to a jewelry company at one point? [ laughter ] [ applause ] bret brit i like the chalace. that's it for "special report." fair, balanced, and unafraid. >> shepard: there is breaking news now as fox reports live tonight. the warning was spot-on. multiple reports of tornadoes across the plains right now, oklahoma city, one target at the start of the evening rush. and in joplin, missouri, the suffering multiplied. 1500 people said to be missing. reaching levels of death and destruction like we have rarely seen in a single tornado in america. horror in the heartland. breaking news coverage starts right now. the days after disaster. in the wake of a monstrous tornado. a community comes together in
   >>> good morning, america. >>> good morning, america. this morning, , rect hit. hurricane irene slams into north carolina. it is now a slightly weakened but still dangerous category 1 storm whipping winds as strong as 100 miles per hour. 30-foot waves are slamming the shore, and it spawned multiple tornadoes, and there are very real fears of flooding and of beaches and homes being swept away. >>>>his is definitely the type of hurricane that can hurt people. >> we are live in the center of it as this monster storm works its way up the coast. >>> get out now. perhaps never in our history has a hurricane had more americans in its sight. 65 million of us and more than 2 million are being told to evacuate. >> this is the real deal. this is a big, deadly and dangerous storm.
   than a facebook friendship on them. day zero, go hour drive bloomington minnesota to st. cloud, minnesota. i've committed to maybe 31 days being away from home from my wife. i had a lot lot of second-guessing when i was driving, wondered if i could do this even if i wanted to do it for a full month. that was a little scary to start. i had a good experience on the first day with my friend and made me feel just really comfortable with the distinction i made. from there i website to the west until i got to the ocean. went south and essentially just returned headed east went through utah, colorado, nebraska, iowa until i got back to minnesota. that first leg took 31 days. i've met about 100 of my facebook friends. when i started i had 302 facebook friends. it's about a third of the friends i've met. it's an interesting thing,
   getting worse. september 16th. budget deficits force pennsylvania to borrow $1.5 billion dollars just to keep the lights on. three days later, pennsylvania's unemployment rate goes up for the second straight month. under tom corbett, we've fallen from 9th to 47th in job creation. and on september 25th, pennsylvania's credit is downgraded for the fifth time in two years. why would we give tom corbett four more years?
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   >>> this week on the journal >>> this week on the journal editorial report", a look at the most-important races and why they matter. and some sleepers to watch for. plus, lessons from the campaign. our panels take on what is really driving voter anger z their picks for the best and of course, the worst. moments of the election season. >> welcome to the "journal editorial report" i'm paul
   >> i just want people to know >> i just want people to know that a liberal can survive your show. sean: thank you for being with us. let not your heart be troubled. the news continues. greta. greta: thank you, sean. we cannot sit on our hands. who said that? secretary gates said that today. why did he say it, and what publicly? does it spell trouble between the president -- and why public ly? does it spell trouble between the president and his secretary? and whoopi goldberg. deep inside north korea. rev. franklin graham to all of us to a hospital outside of p'yongyang, where doctors often operate without power by the dim light of the sun.
   >> this week o >> this week o >> this week on the journal world leaders gather inr f copenhagen one is rooting for cf failure in the conference.reid bargain, did he get rid of the public option only to replace it with something worse? plus, congress takes on one of the pressing issues of our time, how college football decides which teams will play in the national championship. could we soon be saying goodbye to the rose bowl? welcome to the journal, editorial report. i'm paul gigot. fresh from accepting his nobel peace prize, president obama heads to copenhagen next week, the site of the largest united nations climate change conference in history. considered by many
   >> this week o >> this week o >> this week on the journal world leaders gather inr f copenhagen one is rooting for cf failure in the conference.reid bargain, did he get rid of the public option only to replace it with something worse? plus, congress takes on one of the pressing issues of our time, how college football decides which teams will play in the national championship. could we soon be saying goodbye to the rose bowl? welcome to the journal, editorial report. i'm paul gigot. fresh from accepting his nobel peace prize, president obama heads to copenhagen next week, the site of the largest united nations climate change conference in history. considered by many